Why does USA use 110 volt electricity and Europe 220 Volt?

Answer Because 220 believe it or not is less dangerous and more economical to run.Granted 220 is stronger but it is handled in a much safer way, making it less dangerous. All plugs and extension cables a... Read More »

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How to Measure 12 Volt Amps?

The ampere (amp) is the standard unit of measure for electrical current. A standard 12-volt car battery may produce 600 amps or more, especially those designed for extremely cold weather. An ammete... Read More »

How many amps equal one volt?

It is impossible to convert directly from amps to volts without also knowing the number of watts. The number of amps is equal to the number of watts divided by the number of volts; in equation form... Read More »

How many amps are in a 12-volt car battery?

Amperes, or amps, are a measure of electric current. A battery can provide low-amp current over a long period or a high-amp charge over a short time. A 12-volt car battery typically delivers about ... Read More »

How many amps are in a 12 volt battery?

Batteries usually provide a label stating how many amps are in the unit. A battery's amps are normally expressed as "amp-hours," meaning that if a battery has 20 amp-hours, it will provide one amp ... Read More »